BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) leads a loaded coal train to Palmer Lake.
A bright sunrise catches a Warbonnet amongst the Heritage III pumpkins waiting in the Denver engine servicing yard for orders.
A fresh looking CSXT 7774 (C40-8W) joins the BNSF pumpkins in the yard of the Denver engine servicing facility.
It is a full house of UP power in the North Yard, including UP 1370, a former Denver & Rio Grande Western GP40-2.
This locomotive was built in December, 1896, by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia for the Union Pacific, Denver and Gulf Railway. It was acquired two years later by the newly formed Co... (more)
UP 5727 leads a oil can train into the Big Ten curve leading to the Rocky Mountains. The steep grade will have the train doubling back on the track cut that can be seen in the background.
UP 703 (former Missouri Pacific GP38-2) heads back to the 36th Street Yard after dropping off a long double stack train. A pair of heavies will later take the train out of Denver.
BNSF 7338 (ES44DC) leads a freight from Loveland to Berthoud, Colorado.
The California Zephyr crosses the South Platte River as it arrives in Denver.
OmniTRAX's 9647 (a former Canadian National GP40-2LW) gets ready to hit the main line and take a freight into the BNSF's North Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado.
BNSF 3127, a former Burlington Northern GP50, and BNSF 2549, a former Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe GP30 which was rebuilt as a GP39-3, head back to Denver after dropping off a string of autorack car... (more)
The expansive vista of Colorado's Front Range allows one to see a whole loaded coal train as it makes its way from Sedalia to Castle Rock.
The BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver is active as a trio of heavies get repositioned to receive fuel and sand.
An ACe and a MAC pull a heavy coal train over the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe bridge in Larkspur, Colorado
BNSF 3127 (GP50) pulls a string of autoracks past a satellite facility for Comcast Cable in Douglas County, north of Sedalia, Colorado.